Top Three Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach Worth the Trip
published by Golf for Beginners Oct. 24, 2014
If you have visited Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on previous golf vacations, chances are you have heard of, or played, one or more of the three Mystical Golf Courses within fifteen minutes of the Coast. With over one-hundred golf courses to choose from, here are a few reasons why the Witch, Wizard and Man O'War are definitely worth a trip to the Beach!
Survival is the name of the game on the three Mystical Golf Courses.
Mystical Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation Courtesy of the Wizard Claude Pardue
published by Andy's Golf & Travel Diary Oct. 24, 2014
Another birthday to celebrate is no big deal. Celebrating it in Mrytle Beach playing the three Mystical Golf masterpieces is a big deal! All courtesy of the Wizard himself, Mr. Claude Pardue via the Golf Travel Writers Association (GTWA). Staying at the ocean front Sea Mist, drving out to one of the terrific trifecta turf tracts—The Witch, The Wizard and Man O’War, dining with the Divine Dining Group, and celebrating love of country and freedom at the Alabama Theatre with friends was one heck of a birthday celebration! I am no Dorothy, I didn’t want to go home to Florida, but maybe Claude Pardue is really a wizard!
Mystical Golf - A Myrtle Beach Golf Journey You Won't Regret
published by Eat, Sleep, Golf Oct. 24, 2014
It's a sad time of year for Canadians as winter seems to be lurking closer day by day. With the sun rising later each morning, the glistening dew on the grass is being replaced by a silver frost, and golfers line up at the course, reluctant to accept the reality that the 2014 golf season might be over. As gloomy as this may seem, this post is not meant to be discouraging or disheartening, quite the opposite, as I bring news of hope and encouragement.
As the northern golf season is coming to a close across the country, several southern US regions continue to thrive and flourish. The visions of green fairways, the smell of fresh cut grass and the pursuit of shooting par, don't have to be relegated to office daydreams. The Myrtle Beach has become a personal favorite of mine as an October/November golf getaway destination. More specifically, the three courses at Mystical Golf (Man-O-War, The Witch & The Wizard) have earned a permanent place in my heart. These three uniquely designed courses with creative layouts will challenge the most experienced of golfers, but can also be enjoyed by higher handicappers.
South Carolina's Mystical Golf offers 'Magical Condo' November packages
published by World Golf Wire Oct. 15, 2014
Mystical Golf - owner and operator of The Witch, Man-O-War and The Wizard courses and celebrated by media like Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine and GolfChannel.com - announces a special November "Gold" and "Silver" stay-and-play package priced at about $100 per day.
Man-O-War, recently ranked a top-five course on the Grand Strand by About.com, headlines a trio of tracks called the "best 54 holes of golf in Myrtle Beach." All three Dan Maples-designed courses feature superb course conditioning, thought-provoking architecture and customer service that is the unquestioned leader among area golf facilities.
November prices for the Gold Package start at $106 (per person, per day, taxes included).
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Deal of the Week: Do Myrtle Beach on the cheap in the fall
published by Golf Digest.com Oct. 15, 2014
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the grandaddy of the golf getaways, with more than 30 years of dedicated winter foursomes and "guy getaways" in the rear view mirror. A decade of consolidation in a down economy has trimmed some courses from its ranks, but Myrtle still has a wide and varied collection of tracks -- and fall deals to match.
Mystical Golf's Gold and Silver packages are some of the best. On a three-day, three-night Gold trip in the month of November, you can play four rounds on any of three top-rated courses -- The Witch, The Wizard and Man O'War -- stay course-side in a three-bedroom golf villa and get your meals covered, all for a starting price of $106 per person per night, depending on dates. You even get two beers a day as you play. If you're interested in making your own plans for breakfast and dinner, the Silver package includes all of the above except breakfast and lunch, and starts at $96 per player per night.
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